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Old 5th May 2009, 12:33
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Hi there!

A customer is asking if he can supervise all incoming and outgoing email from his domain by forwarding all incoming and outgoing email to a certain email account, while it also works as email backup system for them.

For incoming email I was thinking of using "Email Forward" for each account, although I'm not sure if "Email Catchall" would work on this scenario (I don't understand very well how "Email Catchall" works in ISPC.

For outgoing email, is there a way to do it from ispconfig?


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Old 5th May 2009, 15:24
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A catchall account works on ispconfig as in every other mail system. It catches all emails for addresses that are not defined elsewere.
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